According to tech analyst, Brian White, Google Nexus Tablet will not be a threat to the present dominion of the Apple iPad. And this is without a doubt in spite of it coming with a highly competitive price tag.
Google Nexus Versus Apple iPad
Is this enough solace for Apple to heave a sigh of relief? Turns out, Apple should be more than willing to stay comfortably on its seat as several industry experts say that Google’s new tablet poses little competition for the highly magnified Apple iPad. Or so the experts thought…
Google Nexus Tablet Worthy Of Some Relentless Amusement
Taking their opinions aside, Google Nexus Tablet is one gizmo that is worthy of some relentless amusement. Its technical specifications are something to reckon with.
- It packs the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
- A 1280 x 800 pixel resolution
- A Tegra 3 quad core processor
- A battery that can last for 9 hours of continuous use
- A micro USB port
- A GPS integration
- A gyroscope
- NFC support and a lot of big features
Google Nexus Tablet also very affordable compared to the Apple iPad. It sells at $199 for the 8GB version and $249 for the 16GB model.
Screen-wise, Google Nexus won’t faze the Apple iPad
The New iPad has a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixel on its Retina Display. How could a 1280 x 800 pixel of Google Nexus possibly match that? Not only that, the Google Nexus 7 is only available in a Wi-Fi version, while the Apple iPad is already supported by 3G and 4G LTE technology and Google Nexus 7 Will Never Be As Cool As Apple iPad.
Apple iPad Mini Release Rumor Mills
In addition to this, there are rumor mills that mostly speak of the expected release of an Apple iPad mini this coming September. This will definitely open up a new frontier for competition for Google Nexus tablet.
How can one tablet rival the formidable Apple ecosystem?
Yes, Google may have 600,000 apps on its Android Marketplace, but can it ultimately trundle App Store’s 650,000 mobile apps and 225,000 that are native to the Apple iPad? As if that wasn’t enough, Apple owns around 400 million accounts via App Store and boasts of 125 million registered users for iCloud.Again, according to Brian White:
“We believe the combination of Apple’s expanding digital grid, innovative design, unmatched aesthetics, leading App availability, intuitive user interface and expanding technology innovations will continue to keep the company on top of the tablet market for many years to come.”
Tech experts opinion about Google Nexus
Instead, tech experts say that the more viable competition of the Google Nexus 7 is Amazon’s Kindle Fire, and other 7-inch tablets on the market. As it marks its entrance in the tablet battlefield, Google Nexus 7 will definitely leave a strong effect on the market shares of these devices.
Apparently, Google has a very big advantage. Tablet vendors who use Android on their gadget will definitely lag behind new versions and updates of the operating system; Google will just roll out the freshest updates down to the users.
This is very obvious, since Google Nexus 7 already has the first state of the newest software version of Android. So what do you think Google Nexus or Apple iPad?